Life on Earth at The Point of Inflection

A K OPPENHEIM, Dipl-Ing, PhD, DSc, DIC Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, USA

This paper was delivered as a keynote address at the International Conference on Combustion in Engines (Technology, Applications and the Environment) hosted by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers in London, UK, on 1-3 December,

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Global Warming on Earth Has Begun!

The greatest priority for Earth at this time, is not to handle our monetary system, the corrupt politicians, drugs, the news media or even the atomic bomb. The problem is the continuous and expanding byproducts from burning fossil fuels i.e. pollution.

“Since 1850 there has been a mean rise in global temperature of approximately 1°

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Scientists Break the Speed of Light!

According to the electro-gravity model, there is no energy transfer in the force produced by a static gravity field. It can therefore be postulated that electro-gravity ‘waves’ have propagation speeds much greater than that of speed of light.

I may also speculate that it is possible to describe this as a quantum tunneling effect, where

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Who has the Most to Gain from Burning Fossil Fuel?

San Francisco, Sep 2017:

What organizations do you think has the most to gain by continuing the trend of burning fossil fuel? … And, why are the American so interested in maintaining their influence with the Middle East? I hope you can guess the answer: it is “black gold” – also called oil.


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What is the Solution to Global Warming?

One possible solution is to capture and store CO2 – a byproduct of burning fossil fuels – in underground storage.

Dr. S. Julio Friedmann, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory held a talk at PARC (Palo Alto Research Center) about this topic on April 12, 2007. Here is a quick summary of his talk:

The carbon

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